Holy Things: A Liturgical Theology
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(PUBFortress)Now in softcover! In his lively exploration of the Christian liturgy, Lathrop argues that Christian communities need to re-examine the ways liturgical symbols respond to human need, reconsider the meaning of liturgy, and reform their liturgies to more clearly reflect the Christian faith. "Heartily recommended,"---Theological Studies. 248 pages, softcover.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 236
Vendor: Fortress Press
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0800631315
ISBN-13: 9780800631314

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New in paperback Cyril of Jerusalem wrote about "holy things." He thereby reflected the communion invitation used in his fourth-century liturgy to call people to "taste and see that the Lord is good" (Mystagogical Catecheses). The present times call for strong and healthy symbols that hold people into hope. The Christian communities need a reintroduction into the ways in which liturgical symbols respond to human need. Indeed, Lathrop argues, Christian communities continually need to reconsider the meaning of their liturgies and reform those liturgies toward authentic clarity. In its three parts, this book (1) proposes that an ecumenical pattern or ordo of worship can be discerned which is also a pattern of meaning, (2) discusses the ways in which meaning occurs in the meeting for worship itself, and (3) draws practical conclusions about the organization of that meeting and its importance to current human need. Throughout, Lathrop undertakes to do theology, that is, to say what the liturgy actually says about God.

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